Twice a year high in the Himalayan foothills of central Nepal teams of men gather around cliffs that are home to the world’s largest honeybees. As they have for generations, the men come to harvest the Himalayan cliff bee’s honey. These photos is shoted by Eric Valli. Valli captures how Himalayan Gurung men of Nepal harvesting honey.
The author of these photographs of insects is photographer Josip Cutunic from Osijek, Croatia. These pictures are just a part of his large collection of photographs of insects. The collection shows the different types of insects. Pictures we display have included various types of insects, some of them we encounter daily.
A few days ago I got new neighbors – swarm of Honey Bees. Honey bee swarms are a favorite topic of people who make horror movies. Actually, they are one of the most beautiful and interesting phenomena in nature. A swarm starting to issue is a thrilling sight. A swarm may contain from 1,500 to 30,000 bees including, workers, drones, and a queen. Swarming is an instinctive part of the [ Read More ]